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Poem: June Night (Revised)

Took this out last night, brushed it off and smoothed out some rough places, I think.


June Night

white crescent moon light
danced through the window,
casting deep shadow

her eyes looked upward --
smoldering amber met hers
half hid in silver

something feral, that -
how the heat soared from his eyes
devouring her whole

tips of soft white ear
brushed by her gentle fingers
sent something pulsing

lips brushed satin lips,
tongue dancing across softness
demanding entry

quickening of breath
evolving into a moan
as tongue met warm skin

gentle touch revealed
pale sweet skin ready to taste
hidden by white silk

fine line of silver:
she reached out softy and touched,
tracking it downward

his hand covered hers
slipping it under obi,
cool touch on hot skin

red and white rustle
the fabric slipping away
as skin brushed against skin

her legs drew him in
wrapping firmly around him
wetly ensnaring

hard against softness,
this hot joining together,
sweet rhythm of life

crescendoing loud
as she called out in the night --
he howled to the moon

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